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Coax Cable Connector Ground Board Connection System

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000092857D
Original Publication Date: 1967-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 64K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Dessauer, B: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

Termination of coaxial wires to a printed circuit board is achieved by a shielded connector and common ground board assembly. The coaxial wires, having been stripped as shown, are threaded into the solder sleeve and soldered to the center conductor. The latter has a spring type receptacle on the plug-in side which makes a four-point contact with the signal pin. On the other end, a probe pin is formed to facilitate testing the connection. The common ground board which eliminates individual ground pins for each connector consists of a plastic part. This has a plurality of plated through-holes to receive the connectors and ground pins and is positioned over the mating pin assembly on the circuit board.

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Coax Cable Connector Ground Board Connection System

Termination of coaxial wires to a printed circuit board is achieved by a shielded connector and common ground board assembly. The coaxial wires, having been stripped as shown, are threaded into the solder sleeve and soldered to the center conductor. The latter has a spring type receptacle on the plug-in side which makes a four-point contact with the signal pin. On the other end, a probe pin is formed to facilitate testing the connection. The common ground board which eliminates individual ground pins for each connector consists of a plastic part. This has a plurality of plated through-holes to receive the connectors and ground pins and is positioned over the mating pin assembly on the circuit board.

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